Da Vinci Manor Guest House (Gatwick)
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... and is still lived in by royalty today. While very expensive to go visit, the palace was amazing and the gardens were beautiful. We had a guided tour from one of the volunteers who explained everything from the gold leaf paint on the ceiling to the huge tapestries. In the biggest personal library we've ever seen and we managed to find early edition Dickens books. We spent so much time in Blenheim Palace that we didn't ...
... to come. Our first run was probably only 6 or 7 miles, although in my head it's been cemented as a full 10 because it was definitely one of the longer distances I had run so far. But we maintained a comfortable pace and chatted while we ran and I thoroughly enjoyed it, so we tentatively planned on running again the following Saturday. I woke up the following Saturday to some serious rain and a text on my Blackberry hesitantly suggesting that I didn't have to join her due to the ...
... that we were saying our final goodbyes at the airport. In the time between now and then, a lot has happened. Our first big jolt of excitement was when Aidan was randomly selected at the security checkpoint, right before I was actually selected because my first bag contained a bracelet that they couldn't discern on the scanner, and because I foolishly packed Aidan's Christmas gift (a cutlery set for him to bring to work, with Lego blocks for handles ...
Southwark, across the Thames from London Bridge and St. Pauls Cathedral has also been found to have Roman influence.
Check Out These Two fascinating websites on recent Roman excavation in "The City" and Roman temples discovered in Southwark, on the other side of the Thames at London Bridge.
... apparently). But the most annoying thing is the whistling. The phone does this really annoying whistle when I have a text or am connected to a Bluetooth device. It's a sort of wolf whistle and perfectly matches the phrase "sod off you *******" which is what I think it is singing to me every time it goes off.
And all this is happening all times of the day and night. My life is now punctuated with whistles and bongs to remind me of what I should ...